Wednesday, May 18, 2022
11:00AM PST/2:00PM EST/7:00PM GMT
In the post-2020 workplace, wellbeing has become a central issue to companies looking to attract, retain, and grow top talent. Beyond just meeting physical wellness needs, social wellbeing requires strong connections to teams, leaders, and organizations to lower stress, reduce burnout, and increase employee engagement. What can organizations and leaders do to cultivate the strong connections needed to promote social wellbeing in the workplace?
Join Dr. Cristen Dalessandro and Daniel Patterson, of the O.C. Tanner Institute, as they share their insights on how leaders can create and sustain meaningful social wellbeing in the workplace. Discover:
Dr. Cristen Dalessandro Senior Researcher, O.C. Tanner Institute
Cristen Dalessandro is a senior researcher and sociologist at O.C. Tanner, specializing in the study of social inequalities as well as qualitative and quantitative research methods. As part of the O.C. Tanner Institute, she conducts client assessment projects and researches employee experience and workplace culture through a social-science lens.
Cristen holds a PhD from the University of Colorado Boulder and completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Utah. She is the author of over 20 articles in peer-reviewed journals. Her recent book, Intimate Inequalities: Millennials’ Romantic Relationships in Contemporary Times, explores how millennials navigate social and identity differences in their relationships.
Daniel Patterson Senior Researcher, O.C. Tanner Institute
As a senior researcher for the O.C. Tanner Institute, Daniel excels in generating actionable insights that shape workplace culture outcomes for organizations worldwide. Specializing in mixed-method research, he develops tailored initiatives to improve communication and engagement for clients across a variety of industries where his depth of experience in cultural and narrative analysis enables him to consult with organizations in ways that improve the overall employee experience.
Daniel holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Utah, with advanced studies in research and theory.
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